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Monday, November 16 • 10:00 - 10:45
Decision Making in the New Age: How to take Effective and Strategic Decisions

Taking strategic decisions is massively challenging in this highly interconnected and fast-changing world. Getting it right or wrong can have serious and far-reaching consequences, which reach far beyond the decision-makers themselves. The purpose of this session is to help individuals and organisations to improve their decision-making. It covers some of the major reasons why your decisions do not always turn out the way you had anticipated or wished for; and then looks at the key habits that will help you in increasing the probability of arriving at the right outcome.

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Simon Gifford

Adjunct Professor of Strategy, IE Business School
Simon has 30 years of business experience, most of which has been dedicated to strategy consulting with a focus on strategic decision making where he has worked with large corporates around the world. He currently delivers this consulting through his company: Genesis Management Consulting... Read More →

Monday November 16, 2015 10:00 - 10:45 GMT+04
Seminar Room 1